I believe this is an adaption of a quote from Abraham Lincoln.
"You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time."
Abraham Lincoln states, you can please most of the people, most of the time, some of the people, some of the time, but none of the people all of the time. The correct phrase is "You can please most of the people some of the time. Some of the people most of the time. but none of the people all of the time. Just read the original phrase and you will understand it makes no sense.
Do you mean: "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can never fool all of the people all of the time" Yes, I suppose the word, "please" could be substituted for "fool" in this famous quotation by former American President, Abraham Lincoln.
Abraham Lincoln has been incorrectly attributed to this quote, but DID say something similar. Exchange the word "fool" where ever you see "please" in this quote and now you have the original quote by Lincoln: "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time"
some people said yes some said no but the reason for no is people said she stuck up for her self and some people said she got bulled from how smart she was but the real answer is
Some people attribute this quote to Oscar Wilde, although he never wrote it down, nor is there written evidence that he said it.
they never really said but some people wrote their own on www.youtube.com
please help i cant climb a wall in miniplanet some people i see climbing and i said tell me how to climb and he didnt tell me please help and he dance at that roof help me i cant do that all peoples said to me im idiot
Some People Never Know was created in 1971.
That was from reviews unaffiliated with the ship's owners. They suggested it but never actually said it.
some people said she did and some people said she did not so it is a in between thing
Madeline Zima has never publicly said that she is ticklish. Most people in the world are ticklish on some part of their body.
Most people never seek to be famous
When asked, they said they weren't even sure they knew what it meant. They said they were never like that but some people just label them. They don't care.
Some people say "the world may never know" but my friend said it was 542.
No she said on twitter she said "lol ok I think some people took things wrong...I was NEVER pregnant and not fat imo. Enough about that senseless crap."
John Wilkes Booth married Izola Mills a year before the civil War and they remained married until death separated them. Some believe he was married to Lucy Lambert Hale. He was not married to her and he was never engaged to her. Booth never said he was engaged to Lucy. Lucy never said she was engaged to Booth. Lucy's father said Lucy was never engaged to Booth. Some people speculate that it was a secret engagement. Those speculations are made by people that believe Booth was not married, but Booth was married at the time. He may have used Lucy to get close to the president.
Henry Stanley. He searched the Congo for Dr. Livingstone and when he found him, he said "Dr. Livingstone I presume". Some people think that line is a myth and was never spoken until the retelling of the story.
Yes whale sharks have teeth, but they are not aggressive like some sharks, so they never attack people. I hope this helps and please recommend me!
The last words that Michael Jackson said before he passed were "I'd like to have some milk. Please, please give me some". "Milk" was Michael Jackson's name for Propofol, a powerful anesthetic.
No. She actually never got married but got close to marring some people but that fell through. She also said she was married to England.
Buddha said he was not a God, then after he died people wrote sutras. Many contain things that Buddha never ever taught and so because of false teachings, some people began worshipping Buddha, which they were never supposed to do.
well I'd grab the police and go to court to solve the problem but that's just me
It is attributed by some to Winston Churchill, but some people believe that he never said it.